Welcome to the Melbourne Business School podcast with Yasmin Rupesinghe, where we answer the biggest questions in business today and explore the latest research into leadership, power, strategy, diversity, marketing and more.
Why a culture of care is replacing traditional leadership
With the dramatic changes to organisational life in recent years, the idea that leaders need to have all the answers is no longer the case, says Amanda Sinclair.
Find out why in this latest episode of the Melbourne Business School podcast.
The danger of 'option wealth' biasing CEO decision-making
When CEOs have a lot to lose from a fall in their company's share price, they may be tempted to make adverse decisions, says Professor of Business Strategy Geoff Martin.
Professor Martin's research focuses on strategic decision-making by CEOs and the effect their decisions can have on organisations and the community. In the latest Melbourne Business School Podcast, he speaks with Yasmin Rupesinghe about his work in the area of product recalls.
Professor Martin teaches Business Strategy, Corporate Strategy and the Social Entrepreneurs units on our MBA programs. Visit his faculty profile for more information.
Yasmin is a Program Manager on our Executive MBA and Senior Executive MBA programs, and a radio presenter for PBS FM.
Find out more at mbs.edu
Why business leaders should be planning for the next COVID-19
The next seismic crisis is only a matter of time, but smart business leaders can prepare for it, says Professor Glenn Hoetker.
Professor Hoetker is the MBS Foundation Chair of Sustainability and Business and Director of the Centre for Sustainability and Business. In the latest Melbourne Business School Podcast, he speaks with Yasmin Rupesinghe on how businesses are coping with the current COVID-19 crisis and what they can do to better prepare for the next economic disaster down the road.
The effect of power and status at work and in Black Lives Matter
Power and status are integral to business and society, but not always obvious, causing major misunderstandings, says Associate Professor Jennifer Overbeck.
Professor Overbeck speaks on the latest episode of the Melbourne Business School Podcast, joining host Yasmin Rupesinghe to discuss the effect power and status have on people at work, Australia's response to COVID-19 and social movements such as Black Lives Matter.
Nationalism versus multilateralism: how does globalisation end?
Is the increasing tension between nationalism and globalisation pushing the world toward war? That's the question Professor Martin Daunton addressed while delivering the annual Charles Goode Oration at Melbourne Business School. Learn more at mbs.edu/news
Career Insights: Health Sector Career Pathways
A discussion with Kurt Lackovic, CEO of Cancer Trials Australia, on his career journey and potential professional opportunities in the Health Sector.